Slope Accuracy and Path Planning on Compressed Terrain

@inproceedings{Franklin2008SlopeAA,
  title={Slope Accuracy and Path Planning on Compressed Terrain},
  author={W. Randolph Franklin and Daniel M. Tracy and Marcus Vin{\'i}cius Alvim Andrade and Jonathan Muckell and Metin Inanc and Zhongyi Xie and Barbara Cutler},
  booktitle={SDH},
  year={2008}
}
We report on variants of the ODETLAP lossy terrain compression method where the reconstructed terrain has accurate slope as well as elevation. Slope is important for applications such as mobility, visibility and hydrology. One variant involves selecting a regular grid of points instead of selecting the most important points, requiring more points but which take less space. Another variant adds a new type of equation to the overdetermined system to force the slope of the reconstructed surface to… CONTINUE READING
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